Asking someone to be your entire social life and putting a big time burden on them that an active person would divide between her bf and her friends is tough to deal with. One tip for you - there is no need to be so honest with girls if they ask about previous relationships. I was always a believer in platonic relationships between the two sexes and I still am. Just be your self and the right girl will surly notice the nice guy you are. There are obviously more possibilities but I think you get the idea.
Some people say after asking a girl out and getting rejected to give up. The boyfriend of a friend has no friends and he's really jealous, always on her back. But again, it seems less a problem for girls. Anyway, that's a different story. You can always talk about the situation early on and explain that you while you love spending time with him, at times you like to hang out with your own pals too.
Would you date a guy that has no friends? No matter how much two people are in love, it is quite impossible for them to share each and every interest in the same manner. Instead, just smile, open your eyes and let it sparkle! If she has zero friends then to me it would seem is going to be very dependent of the relationship and may become clingy. You and your boyfriend may not be the only ones parting when you break up. I mean I can hold a conversation, take care of my health and appearance and have plenty of hobbies and interests. My ex, who was exceedingly charming and kind in the beginning of the relationship had no long term close friendships and he wasn't close to his family.
Nobody assumes you, a life friendless. Never linger your touch longer than required and always do it purposefully and delicately. I'm not going to stop socializing normally with my friends to make my boyfriend confident in our relationship, and I would never expect a guy to do the same for me if he had mostly female friends. Being around our buddies, many girls, if they are going to date a carly may think you have deep feelings is the the person. Not wanting to talk to men also tends to be an indicator of internalized misandry.
But the real question is: Should you date women who don't have friends? I have my friends, my boyfriend gets along very well with them but I also need to have along time without him times to times. This is a tough topic to give an exact answer for lol. As we explore more pros and cons of women who don't have friends, we hope you'll find a reason to go all-in or stay away. I was very embarrassed and apologized for my behavior and she accepted it and was ok. A physically attractive woman with positive personality traits who's also a loner is going to have more opportunities to date than a man who's the opposite of that. The guy may be the type of person who only spends time with people he values. He has lots of acquaintances, but no friends.
Now, that said, you might still have questions about how your single guys see you—particularly that friend in your circle with whom sparks always fly. I'd be skeptical of a guy with no friends. Like say that friended me to be concerned if you may not. The most significant of these is perhaps the fact that he will be excessively dependent on you when he has nothing else to do in his leisure time. But I'm dating a guy that has no friends.
Let's say her only 'friends' are the ones she recently met, and she has no old friends. The best approach to take with people in general is to give them the benefit of the doubt initially. Has no more of passive attractiveness like you're. However no extreme situation can be healthy for the people involved. I'm not dating him because of his past, I'm dating him because I like him and find him cute. For you, this will mean some hand-holding and emotional support until she finds the friends that she's looking for. On a bit self consciousness about that person.
I'm now pretty social and I think it's ten times better than being a loner, so I don't think I'd be able to be with a guy with no friends. Ah, and say she herself has no friends, have her friends' insistence, if you that men and no friends in. He said he was socially insecure and never felt he fit in. Go back to your little mediocre life and keep my boyfriend out of yours. However, if the fact that he has no friends means he relies solely on me to fulfill his social interaction quota, that's where I draw the line. Anyway, a female whose friends are mostly guys has a lot higher odds of feeling attraction to one of them. I personally chose not to consider people friends until insert blah blahs here but I do have lots of people that I hang out with and a few people that I am very close to.